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This review is from: APEVIA CF8SL-BGN 80mm Green LED Case Fan w/Grill
Pros: As i said earlier, i Really want to like these fans. However, i don't think its in the stars for me to own a working pair.
Cons: After RMA'ing the first two fans, and waiting a few weeks for a turnaround, the replacements arrived in another bubble wrap envelop, Broken...
Other Thoughts: Just stay away from these fans folks. I only needed 2 fans, I've waited over a month from the point of ordering the first pair, returning them, and receiving another broken pair.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Razer Naga MMO Gaming Mouse
Pros: Let me start of by saying this is the only mouse that I've had that fits my hand well.
- Large (i have robust hands)
- Extravagantly customizable buttons
- Very high DPI for this kind of mouse.
- Thumb buttons easy to recognize and use, (7-12 are a little difficult to reach if you have meaty thumbs like me)
Cons: I couldn't be happier with this mouse, however the size could be an issue with smaller hands.
- Cost, yes it has mechanical keys, and its a nice mouse, but its still a little high up there considering the alternatives.
- Not an issue for me, however, it's one of those "you can have it any color as long as its green" products.
Other Thoughts: It should also be noted that the Razer Synapses software is actually quite nice if you have more than one Razer product.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Honestly do i need to explain this, its an ROG motherboard. This is the whole reason i build my wife a computer with an FM2+ APU.
-Future ready, 6 &8 core APUs are around the bend.
-Plenty of Memory headroom
-Plenty of SATA slots
-PCI express gen 3 @16x (8x/8x isn't that impressive but i never really crossifre or sli)
Cons: Yes it's a little expensive for an FM2+ motherboard, but honestly look at this compared to every other ROG board. its dirt cheap compared to the Maximus Impact i have in my main computer, Even the Crosshair AM3+ is more expensive.
Other Thoughts: I have an ROG motherboard standard with all my builds. Never skimp out on the most essential component in a build. Yes your CPU/APU and GPU are important, but a good motherboard will last a few upgrades while those wont.READ FULL REVIEW
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